Entrepreneurship, housed in the state-of-the-art Center for the Sciences and Innovation now offers a major and sees more than 200 students, representing 44 out of the University’s 47 majors, take entrepreneurship courses each year.
Right now, Tigers are creating ingenious medical devices to tackle America’s opioid crisis, building powerful data models to improve international agriculture, and their digital, 21st-century skills are driving San Antonio’s booming tech and startup scene.
And donors like you are a driving force behind these young innovators. Trinity’s Stumberg Venture Competition, founded with alumni support in 2015, has handed out more than $240,000 in seed money to more than 20 startups.
Your support can continue to help turn these daring ideas from words on a whiteboard into reality.